Records - Access 1980's

Legislators want Sunshine for editors, December 1989-January 1990 (13:11), p. 4

Gannett unveils software to aid reporters, December 1989-January 1990 (13:11), p. 4

Butterworth: Probate records open, December 1989-January 1990 (13:11), p. 4

Open government in Dade ‘costly to citizens’, November 1989 (13:10), p. 3

Port Everglades requires written requests from press, public, November 1989 (13:10), p. 3

Oakland council votes to settle records suit, rescind fees, November 1989 (13:10), p. 3

Federal agency seeks pilot’s psychiatric records (Fort Lauderdale), October 1989 (13:9), p. 3

Press Gazette wins fees in records suit (Milton), October 1989 (13:9), p. 3

UF probe avoids open records law (Gainesville), October 1989 (13:9), p. 3

Closure of prison reports challenged (The Tampa Tribune and WFLA), August-September 1989 (13:8), p. 2

Contract draft seeks disclosure waiver (Tampa), July 1989 (13:7), p. 2

City manager won’t yield newsletter (Auburndale), July 1989 (13:7), p. 2

Suit: Policy usurps records law (West Palm Beach), July 1989 (13:7), p. 2

Newspaper seeks city’s bank records (The Sun-Tattler), July 1989 (13:7), p. 2

Hospital seeks opinion on going private (Tampa), July 1989 (13:7), p. 2

Officials withhold report critical of turnpike work, June 1989 (13:6), p. 3

Bill to seal divorce records stays alive, April 1989 (13:4), p. 2

Computer messages are public record, March 1989 (13:3), p. 3

College, newspaper settle records suit (Milton), March 1989 (13:3), p. 3

PSC kept utility report secret for four years, March 1989 (13:3), p. 3

Utility keeps route of power line secret (Miami), February 1989 (13:2), p. 3

Bar governors vote to open complaints (Tampa), February 1989 (13:2), p. 3

School board search may use consultant (Tampa), January 1989 (13:1), p. 2

Records on contract with city ruled public (Fort Myers), November-December 1988 (12:9), p. 2

City must pay cost of records appeal (New Port Richey), October 1988 (12:8), p. 2

Chappell opens some divorce records, September 1988 (12:7), p. 2

Undersheriff fined in records case (Tampa), September 1988 (12:7), p. 2

News groups oppose UF gag (Gainesville), September 1988 (12:7), p. 2

Papers appeal for release of minor’s name (The Town Crier), July-August 1988 (12:6), p. 3

Paper settles with city over budget report (The Boca Raton News), July-August 1988 (12:6), p. 3

After records charge, undersheriff resigns (Bartow), July-August 1988 (12:6), p. 3

Paper wins suit for court files (The Miami Herald and The Miami News), July-August 1988 (12:6), p. 2

Butterworth joins media in suit, July-August 1988 (12:6), p. 2

Poll documents resistance to public records law (analysis by Mark Vogler), May 1988 (12:4), p. 4

Hillsborough requires local lobbyists to register, May 1988 (12:4), p. 2

State, PRIDE disagree over access to records, April 1988 (12:3), p. 2

Lottery Secretary Paul opens sales records, March 1988 (12:2), p. 1

Papers to be allowed access to some records; both sides to appeal in Palm Bay shooting case, December 1987, (11:10), p. 1

How to get access to public records in Florida, November 1987 (11:9), p. 4

UF student leader claims Record Law required releasing names on ‘fluency list’, November 1987 (11:9), p. 2

Paper lose suit for audiotapes secretly made by sheriff’s officers, November 1987 (11:9), p. 2

or materials in Palm Bay shooting, October 1987 (11:8), p. 2

Court of appeal upholds exempting drug test results from Public Records, August-September 1987 (11:7), p. 2

New Port Richey violated Sunshine Law; judge gives couple access to city records, July 1987 (11:6), p. 2

Attorneys take advantage of Records Law, obtain police reports to solicit accident victims, July 1987 (11:6), p. 2

1987 (11:5), p. 2 Stonewalling the press can violate the public records law (analysis by George K. Rahdert), May 1987 (11:4), p. 4

Lee Sheriff must yield records in shooting death investigation, May 1987 (11:4), p. 2

Newspaper drops claim to legal fees owed by sheriff in public records case, May 1987 (11:4), p. 2

Reporter files Sunshine Law suit; adds request for commission records, April 1987 (11:3), p. 2

County tourism director quits after order to release records, April 1987 (11:3), p. 2

Surveillance report released by new sheriff, March 1987 (11:2), p. 2

Newspaper sues, wins release of Hardee School Board record, January-February 1987 (11:1), p. 2

Palm Beach sheriff’s office must pay Miami paper’s costs in records case, January-February 1987 (11:1), p. 2

Jacksonville papers win suit for access to court documents, January-February 1987 (11:1), p.2

Polk sheriff resigns after jury cites ‘misconduct, incompetence’, January-February 1987 (11:1), p. 1

Judge orders Polk sheriff to yield documents; cites violation of law, December 1986 (10:10), p. 2

Polk County Commission OKs request for exemption on personnel files, December 1986 (10:10), p. 2

‘Technical error’ blamed in loss of police tapes in murder case, December 1986 (10:10), p. 2

North Port official interprets law his way as keeper of key to files, November 1986 (10:9), p. 2

Winter Haven drafts city ordinance to tighten controls on public records, November 1986 (10:9), p. 2

Gainesville debates raising fees for copies of public documents, November 1986 (10:9), p. 2

Newspaper drops suit after city releases report on fatal accident (Defuniak Springs), November 1986 (10:9), p. 2

Polk Sheriff fights court action by newspaper over public records, November 1986 (10:9), p. 1

Lakeland Ledger sues sheriff over records access, gag order, October 1986 (10:8), p. 2

Court orders Polk sheriff to give document to Tampa Tribune, October 1986 (10:8), p. 2

UF Police forced to divulge identities in campus crimes, October 1986 (10:8), p. 2

Pasco sheriff cancels anonymity for juveniles in felony arrests, August-September 1986 (10:7), p. 2

Judge: Newspaper not entitled to see city’s drug-test results (Fort Myers), August-September 1986 (10:7), p. 2

Tampa Tribune sues Polk sheriff over keeping, disclosing records, August- September 1986 (10:7), p. 2

State attorney clears reporter who opened Polk sheriff’s mail, August-September 1986 (10:7), p. 1

St. Augustine forced to turn over records of two closed-door meetings, August-September 1986 (10:7), p. 1

Alachua County group helps citizens get public records, July 1986 (10:6), p. 2

Duval County sheriff appeals order to yield records sought by papers, July 1986 (10:6), p. 2

Swiss cheese reporting: Crime on campus (analysis by Thomas R. Julin), June 1986 (10:5), p. 4

City ponders policy on charging for public records ‘research’ (Neptune Beach), June 1986 (10:5), p. 2

State attorney ordered to pay media legal fees in Kennedy death case, June 1986 (10:5), p. 1

Newspaper returns state documents after threat to prosecute source (Fort Myers), April 1986 (10:3), p.1

Winter Haven ‘gadfly’ wins right to city documents without pre-paying, April 1986 (10:3), p. 1

University, media lawyers differ on protection of student records, March 1986 (10:2), p. 2

City sues newspaper, seeks ruling on police incident-report access (DeLand), March 1986 (10:2), p. 2

Paper files complaint, gains access to Sebastin Golf Course records, March 1986 (10:2), p. 2

Agency attorney-client privilege issue still alive (analysis by Steven Carta), January-February 1986 (10:1), p. 4

Jax Riverwalk architect complies with order to yield documents, January- February 1986 (10:1), p. 2